Today programme

BBC Radio 4
Friday, 7 July, 2017

The G20 meetings in Hamburg come at a time when countries are "regrouping" says Ngaire Woods, the dean of the Blavatnik School of Government at Oxford University.

"It's a curious battle of non-leadership, as the United States has stepped out with its policy of America first, China has said we definitely need leadership but hold-on we're still a developing country so we don't necessarily want to play that role, and Mrs Merkel has said that German leadership is a nightmare that Germany wants to avoid."

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